Remember that commercial where
Mike Mikee Cojuangco says that Dream service is “Anytime, anywhere”? It was never true. Even with the recent system upgrade, Dream satellite broadcast is still interrupted when it gets cloudy. Considering the amount of clouds and rains we’ve been getting during the past couple of days, it means when there’s a signal, we try to make the most of it. After all, we pay P890 per month for the service. And that was what I did on Tuesday. Watch TV until it rained in the afternoon and the overcast skies interrupted the signal. But not before I discovered some interesting trivia.
I’ve always thought I’ve seen all the Harry Callahan movies. When the Dream schedule said “Dead Pool” would be on at 9.00 a.m. on Tuesday, I didn’t even give it a second thought thinking it was a Harry Callahan movie I’d seen before where he delivered that famous line, “Go ahead, make my day.” I didn’t realize my mistake until I found nothing else interesting at 9.00 a.m. and I decided that re-watching a Harry Callahan movie wasn’t such a bad idea. Ten minutes into “Dead Pool” and I realized I had never seen it before. The “Go ahead, make my day” line was delivered in “Sudden Impact.”